On this month’s podcast we talk with Chris Teti. We talk about his beginnings with My Heart to Joy, his first concert before that, his current operations with The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, Silver Bullet Studios and a lot more.
From mastering (like the recent Fiddlehead record!) to driving all over the country and flying all over the world, we talk about his experiences in Connecticut’s quiet corner and his experiences being flown around Brazil. It’s a wide range of talking points to be sure.
It was recently brought to my attention that we zoom past the music at the top of the podcast and it might be nice to have it typed out so here we have it:
Opening Music __
The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die “Marine Tigers” Always Foreign (Epitaph)
Lea Bertucci “Accumulations” Metal Aether (NNA Tapes)
Beak> “Brean Down” >>> (Invada / Temporary Residence)
Milford Graves “Response” Meditation Among Us (Kitty Records)
Johann Johannsson “Children of the New Dawn” Mandy Soundtrack (Invada / Lakeshore)
16-17 “Davul” 16-17 (ReR Megacorp)
Myrrors “Call For Unity” Borderlands (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
Ohbliv “Whatchumean” Retrospective (Paxico) [Note: this one comes after the Josh and Chris playlists on the podcast.]
Emma Ruth Rundle “Light Song” On Dark Horses (Sargent House)
Marissa Nadler “Blue Vapor” For My Crimes (Sacred Bones)
Bitter Funeral Beer Band With Don Cherry & K. Sridhar “Funeral Dance” Live In Frankfurt 82 (Black Sweat Records)
Pig Destroyer “The Torture Fields” Head Cage (Relapse)
Mewithoutyou “Another Head For Hydra” Single (Run For Cover)
Gouge Away “Only Friend” Burnt Sugar (Deathwish)
Haunted Continents “What Were You Born For” Single (Self-Release)
Gary Numan “M.E.” Pleasure Principle (Beggars Banquet)
The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die “I can Be Afraid Of Anything” Harmlessness (Epitaph)
The Redscroll Podcast is a monthly show (new episodes on the first of the month) that works as a companion to what we do at Redscroll Records in Wallingford, CT USA. We are a record store that has a heavy emphasis on the left of center / underground music of the world. Whether it be underappreciated or just has a niche audience, marginalized or just off the radar it’s all of interest to us. With the show we’ll generally have a localized focus. We’ll discuss what is in our personal rotation at the moment. We’ll talk to guests who have to do with all of the above. And we’ll talk about specific dealings with the store. If you have input you’re welcome to contact us through email (email@example.com). Oh, and please do subscribe! New episodes on the first of every month!